In a crowded restaurant, chefs are easy to spot thanks to their bright white shirts, tall poofy hats, and proximity to their chef trophies. Celebrate delicious success with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
$27 for dinner for two (up to a $64 total value)
$50 for dinner for four (up to a $128 total value)<p>
- One order per pair of tomato boccochini bruschetta or wild mushroom risotto balls (a $9 value each)
- One order each of ravioli, braised moroccan lamb shank, or pan-roasted wild sockeye salmon with shrimp (up to a $24 value each)
- One order per pair of ice cream or cheesecake (a $7 value each) <p>
$15 for $30 worth of dinner fare<p>
Chefs glaze King Cole duck breasts with espresso and maple ($23), crown organic strip steaks with cranberry relish and raspberry jus ($29), and wrap prosciutto about lobster-stuffed organic chickens ($22). The restaurant makes a deliberate effort to fuse international flavours in all the dishes on its menu.<p>
It's safe to say all living things like food, but maybe not as much as Chef Victor Bongo does. Recently transplanted from Africa, a young Victor worked as a dishwasher, but the siren call of the culinary scene lured him. He navigated from one kitchen to another, learning to cook, achieving the position of head chef, and eventually studying with three-star Michelin Chef Edmund Liew-On.
Today, Chef Bongo helms Daniel's Restaurant, where he puts his considerable talents to work blending internationally beloved spices into local seasonal and organic ingredients. He places pan-seared scallops into seas of pureed parsnips or submerges bison filet mignon in blueberry-port-wine sauce. His culinary ministrations earned his new restaurant the accolades of local press, including Straight.com's 2012 Golden Plate award for Best New Restaurant Outside Vancouver.